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Richard

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Originally Posted by crazycat
enjoy [smile]


Thanks, I am [smile]

In reply to your "add it" comment, it's Digital devices repo and maybe they aren't happy with this feature to make it public yet. Might explain the reply I got saying it wasn't done yet. I'll drop them a line.

Will now go through your TBS tree and grab the other good bits you've added...  [smile]

Regards,

Richard
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Currently there is not enough devices with DVB-S2X. TBS 6522/6528/6590 etc. on SiLabs got constantly troubled Windows drivers and I see that they are shifting their powers to IPTV servers branch, so I'm afraid that their support for DVB scene (which already was far from good) will completely vanish.

6903/6908 are without DVB-S2X and their drivers are also failure (unreliable BlindScan and totally zero interest to do any improvements).

Any chances to see something built around STID135?

My dream is to have device with:
- DVB-S2X
- 16APSK/32APSK support
- fast & reliable BlindScan
- CrazyScan support
- low SR support
- PLS+MIS
- stable Windows drivers
Richard

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Any chances to see something built around STID135?


Without knowing anything about it, I'd say it'll be quite an expensive chip and looking at:

http://www.st.com/en/digital-set-top-box-ics/stid135.html

the marketing status is "Evaluation" and "Preview", so it's probably early days from a manufacturer's point of view.

Part of my rationale for getting the DD S2 Cine V7A was that in the future DVB-S2X modules may be available to add to it.
Richard

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https://github.com/DigitalDevices/dddvb/blob/master/frontends/stv0910.c#L980

Funny comment " Backwards compatibility to "crazy" API" [smile] I hear this from "idiots" who produce good hw with "dirty" drivers and soft [smile]


Do you know what "PRBS" means, in the same comment?

/* Backwards compatibility to "crazy" API.
PRBS X root cannot be 0, so this should always work.
*/

Regards,

Richard
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Originally Posted by sat45
Currently there is not enough devices with DVB-S2X. TBS 6522/6528/6590 etc. on SiLabs got constantly troubled Windows drivers and I see that they are shifting their powers to IPTV servers branch, so I'm afraid that their support for DVB scene (which already was far from good) will completely vanish.


Updated driver for Si2183-based devices coming soon [smile] Now you can test debug builds:
TBS 6522
TBS 6528
TBS 6590
TBS 5520SE

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photoman76

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Updated driver for Si2183-based devices coming soon [smile] Now you can test debug builds:
TBS 6522
TBS 6528
TBS 6590
TBS 5520SE


When I try to update driver for my TBS 6522, I get this message:

TBS6522.jpg 
Perhaps I'm doing something wrong.

crazycat

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Need enable test mode and add my cert to trusted - run testcert.cmd with admin rights and reboot[smile] and disable secure boot in BIOS/UEFI Setup.

P.S. Win x64 & Prof 7500 users must know this [smile]

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photoman76

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Need enable test mode and add my cert to trusted - run testcert.cmd with admin rights and reboot[smile] and disable secure boot in BIOS/UEFI Setup.

P.S. Win x64 & Prof 7500 users must know this [smile]


Thanks.  I now remember having to do that long ago with my Prof 7500.
satesco

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@photoman76,

Paste the following command into the Command Prompt(Admin) window and press Enter:
bcdedit /set testsigning on

and than reboot


@CrazyCat,

Excellent working your debug for 6522.There is no more need of ChangeModeTool.
Thank you once again for what you do for our community
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photoman76

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I got the driver installed, but it only works as long as I am in Test Mode.  If I go out of Test Mode, then it complains that the driver is not signed.
I'm not sure how to do this:  "disable secure boot in BIOS/UEFI Setup".
I don't see anything in my BIOS to do this.
satesco

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Then wait when TBS will officially launch the driver.I think @CrazyCat said about it at #35(above).

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To leave test mode, open a Command Prompt window as Administrator once again and run the following command:

bcdedit /set testsigning off  
satesco

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I got the driver installed, but it only works as long as I am in Test Mode.  If I go out of Test Mode, then it complains that the driver is not signed.
I'm not sure how to do this:  "disable secure boot in BIOS/UEFI Setup".
I don't see anything in my BIOS to do this.


Updated driver for tbs6522 card,now v.1.0.1.1 in 04/05/2017. You can download it from TBS

serkanguzel

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Hi @satesco,

Same problem, TBS5520SE there.

It is supported / organized by Crazycat; Can the TBS company also offer the official driver for 5520SE?
satesco

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Hi @satesco,

Same problem, TBS5520SE there.

It is supported / organized by Crazycat; Can the TBS company also offer the official driver for 5520SE?


Unfortunately I don't know anything about the driver for 5220SE.I don't have it.Perhaps tbs insider could tell you about it.

Tholex

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Do you know what "PRBS" means, in the same comment?

/* Backwards compatibility to "crazy" API.
PRBS X root cannot be 0, so this should always work.
*/

Regards,

Richard
That could be related to pseudorandom binary sequence?[confused]

Anyway, we can start preparing for Tokyo with this great affordable home server:

DD Octopus NET V2 19" Rack Server 1 HE

TVs from Panasonic with SAT> IP support, support directly the Octopus NET servers for all DVB reception types such as cable, terrestrial and satellite and are also suitable according to the MPTS method multicast. In the MPTS process, individual services as well as complete transponders can be sent to the client via a single stream, providing an ideal solution for hotels, residential applications, etc.

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